Do's & Don'ts Of Buying Racing Wheels For The First Time

Posted on: 14 May 2019
Building your own racecar from the ground up is exciting, and when it is time to pick the wheels, it is a bit like picking out your first brand new pair of high-end shoes. Racing wheels have a lot to offer your car on the track, both in performance and aesthetic appeal. It's easy to get caught up in the thrill of the buying process and get the wrong set. Here is a look at some of the do's and don'ts of buying racing wheels for the first time.
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A Hidden Problem With Fender Benders

Posted on: 2 June 2018
It happens to most drivers at least once—that sudden surprise of colliding with another car just enough to dent a fender or nearby panel. While these accidents are often minor and don't result in a lot of visual damage, there's a hidden issue that you should address should you have one of these accidents. It's not an urgent problem in the sense of making your car unsafe, but it is urgent in the sense that, if left alone, it could result in more damage depending on the weather.
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4 Reasons To Invest In Roadside Assistance Coverage

Posted on: 11 October 2017
If you regularly use your car to get around, you want to make sure that you're fully prepared in the event of an emergency. Sure, having an emergency kit in the back of your car is a good idea, but there are other steps to take, too. It's a great idea to invest in roadside assistance coverage so that you can get help right away if you're ever in an emergency.
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Want To Take Your Motorhome On Vacation This Year? Here's Some Things You Need To Do First

Posted on: 30 July 2017
If you have a motorhome, or camper, that you would like to take out on the road this year for a vacation, you will need to make an effort to ensure that it is ready to go. This is especially important to do if your motorhome was not in use for a while, such as over a long winter. To get it ready for the road, you will want to start with the following suggestions.
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